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Watch Tour de France 2014 Live Stream + Video of Stage 11

The Tour de France is halfway there! Cycling fans can watch the Tour de France 2014 Live Stream from the US, the UK and all over the world. The Tour de France will be available on the Internet thanks to links to live streams provided below, and on national TV channels. If you miss the live stream for any stage, you can also watch videos of the 2014 Tour de France with all the action from your smartphone, tablet or laptop, thanks to videos provided on this website.

Well-rested and raring to go, Le Tour’s cyclists are ready for the eleventh stage. The 2014 Tour de France resumes on Wednesday 16th July 2014, with the next stage set to commence at around 6:50 AM ET in Besançon.

Contador is out too, alongside Froome and Cavendish, yet Vincenzo Nibali keeps marching on! The Italian cyclist has cemented his evolving position as the favorite to ride into the Champs-Élysées wearing yellow, and now boasts more than two minutes’ worth of advantage over his closest competitor – Richie Porte. Cycling fans worldwide can follow Nibali’s progress and the rest of the cyclists thanks to the 2014 Tour de France live stream.

Fans worldwide will be able to watch the Tour de France 2014 live stream thanks to links provided here. National TV channels will also be broadcasting each stage, including Eurosport France (France), RAI (Italy), ITV (UK), RDS (Canada) and NBC Sport (USA).

A few minutes before each 2014 Tour de France stage, come back here on to know everything about live stream of the race. And at the end of each stage, fans can also watch the highlights from the 2014 Tour de France.

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Nothing’s going well for the most experienced. After Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome, Alberto Contador too had to withdraw from the Tour de France. The 2007 winner, currently racing with Tinkoff-Saxo, leaves his team with two withdrawals after Jesús Hernández had to call it quits. Le Tour is now missing 18 of its cyclists due to withdrawals, and Nibali seems ready to pounce on the occasion and take home the yellow shirt.

Nibali conquered the mountainous region of the tenth stage for his second stage win in the 2014 Tour de France and will be looking to take his form into the eleventh stage. This stage will take riders from Besançon to Oyonnax in the fourth medium-mountainous stage of this year’s tour. Fans can follow this stage thanks to the 2014 Tour de France live stream.

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The 187.5km-long road from Besançon to Oyonnax will take riders more than four hours to complete and will offer them sturdy challenges ahead of the upcoming mountain stages. With Nibali drifting away from competition, Peter Sagan is tipped by many to step up his game in the next few stages in an attempt to start closing down.

The eleventh stage’s challenges come in the last part, and all the action will be available thanks to the 2014 Tour de France live stream. In the last quarter of the race, cyclists will have to face three category 3 climbs and another category 4 climb. This will be ample preparation for the teams, who will have to contend with another medium-mountainous stage and two mountainous stages ahead of the next rest day.

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From Leeds to Paris, we’re halfway there! Nibali is riding on for the yellow shirt and Le Tour is in full swing. Eleven stages remain for the riders if they want to make an impact on this year’s Tour de France, and all the action will be in the 2014 Tour de France!

Before the cyclists set off on the eleventh Tour de France stage, come back on for more information and details to watch the Tour de France live stream here. You can also watch the stage’s highlights after it’s over, thanks to videos provided on this website.

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